The nomadic professional baseball career of Orioles left-hander Dana Eveland has seen its share of spring training sites.
When the 28-year-old pitcher arrived at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex last weekend, it marked Eveland's seventh stint with a big league organization in as many years.
The Orioles hope Eveland, acquired in a trade with the Dodgers during this offseason's winter meetings for a pair of prospects, has found his form.
Eveland — on the other hand — hopes he's found a home.
"I'm a new guy again. I'm a new guy every year, it feels like," Eveland said Monday. "I'm just hoping I can have a good spring and follow it into a decent season,...